Nevada Joint Union High School District

Student Assistance Resources & Services (STARS) Program

Menu of Services

card header iconAlcohol & Other Drugs:

Community Recovery Resources                                                                                                        
  • KIDS, AOD Diversion Class (8-week class with urinalysis testing during the contract period. Meets after school hours)           
  • Individual Consultations with CoRR staff
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card header iconRelationships, Social Skills, Emotional Wellness:

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition (DVSAC)
  • Girls Circle Group (8-week healthy relationships support group for girls. Meets during school hours, rotating class times)
  • Individual consultations with DVSAC advocates
Reconnecting Youth - classes offering intervention and skills training for freshman
Mind Over Matter - mindfulness group to increase focus, concentration and confidence, reduce anxiety
"Digitales" Digital Storytelling Project - personal stories used as bridges into teen social issue topics
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card header iconSchool-Based Therapeutic Services:

STARS Therapy Services
  • Individual sessions with Julianne Henry, LCSW
  • Individual sessions with STARS interns
  • Therapeutic group sessions with STARS interns
  • Referral to Nevada County Behavioral Health therapists, as well as community agency providers such as REACH Counseling and Team 3 Counseling

card header iconMedi-Cal Eligible Therapy Services:

Nevada County Behavioral Health Department (MEDI-CAL ELIGIBLE ONLY)
  • Individual therapy sessions with Behavioral Health staff
  • What's Up Wellness Checkups - suicide prevention screening with debriefing support/referrals to teens screening negative and case management and referral to treatment services to teens screening positive
  • Sources of Strength - suicide prevention program utilizing trained peers to provide prevention and intervention strategies to teens
  For more information, please call Julianne Henry at 530.273.4431, ext.2034